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On or off the slopes, stay stylish with the following cold-weather gear — guaranteed to keep you dry and toasty, no matter the outdoor elements. (Staff tested and approved!)

Ibex Woolies
Made of superfine merino wool, this long underwear is baby-soft, regulates body temperature and keeps moisture at bay. $60, www.ibex.com

Head Edge+ LTD Ski Boot
When it comes to hitting the powder, you won’t find a more comfortable ski boot. These feature soft/stiff flex and wedge arch support adjustments, as well as a 35mm double-power Velcro strap. $500, www.head.com

Stoic Bombshell Ski Pants
Face it, women like to look good on the slopes — and these pants do the trick. Highlights include an adjustable waist and a flattering boot-cut fit that leave plenty of room for layering; a waterproof, breathable welded-seam construction that allows for a range of movement; and calf-high hem zips and internal gaiters. $219, www.stoicgear.com

Kombi Phoenix Gloves
These goose-down insulated Gore-Tex gloves have a pocket for a heat pack, but chances are you won’t need it. That’s how warm they are. The moisture-wicking lining, goatskin palm and slim design only enhance their appeal. $80, www.kombisports.com

Mountain Hardwear Slandia jacket
Stay warm and dry with this waterproof jacket, boasting MHW’s special Thermic Micro insulation, which is all that it’s cracked up to be — and more (you won’t even notice that it’s 2 degrees outside). We also love the zip-off hood and the chamois-lined chin guard for avoiding zipper chafing (it’s the small things). $300, www.mountainhardwear.com

Sorel Joan of Arctic Snow Boot
In case you’re noticing a trend, we can’t stress enough how important the concept of staying dry is when dealing with subfreezing temps. These boots are champions of the cause, thanks to a seam-sealed waterproof leather/suede upper and a molded rubber sole to reduce slipping. $130, www.sorel.com